Assisted Living in Holly, Michigan
History buffs who appreciate natural beauty feel right at home in Holly, Michigan. The first settlers arrived in 1831, and the city was incorporated in 1835. Surrounded by rich agricultural lands, Holly features five parks and six inland lakes within its city limits, providing plenty of opportunities for residents to enjoy outdoor recreation.
Those 65 and older make up approximately 15.% of Holly’s overall population of a little more than 6,100 citizens. The assisted living facility in Holly costs residents an average of $3,669 per month, making it a great choice for those seeking a good quality of life on a budget. However, the prices of individual assisted living facilities vary depending on factors such as where they’re located and the amount and quality of amenities and services they offer.
Note: Data for Holly was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Flint, was used instead.
Paying for Assisted Living in Holly, Michigan
The Cost of Assisted Living in Holly
At an average of $3,669 per month, seniors in Holly pay significantly less than the national average of $4,300 and the Michigan average of $4,200. Prices are higher in Wisconsin at $4,200 as well as in neighboring Illinois at $4,575, Indiana at $4,382 and Ohio at $4,350. Prices are lower toward the eastern end of Lake Erie in Pennsylvania at $3,995.
Assisted living in Holly is less expensive than most Michigan communities. The highest costs are found in Midland at $5,550 and Lansing at $5,225, while Muskegon residents pay the least at $3,500, followed by Jackson at $3,650. Mid-range prices are found in Kalamazoo at $3,950 and Niles at $4,003.
Holly Assisted Living Financial Assistance
The MI Choice Waiver Program provides eligible recipients aged 65 and over with services such as short-term private nursing, help with the tasks of everyday living such as dressing, basic grooming and bathing and nonmedical transportation. The program is designed for those who require a nursing home level of care but prefer to remain in their own communities, including assisted living facilities. Individual and family counseling sessions are also covered.
See our Assisted Living in Michigan page for more information.
Holly Assisted Living Resources
|Area Agency on Aging 1-B||(800) 852-7795||Area Agency on Aging 1-B serves seniors, their families and their caregivers in Holly and other Michigan communities located in Oakland County. Seniors can access assistance with housing, food, utilities and care through the agency’s Resource Center Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. The agency also administers community dining programs for seniors, balance workshops designed to help prevent slip-and-fall events and Medicare and Medicaid counseling. |
|Oakland County Veterans’ Services ||(248) 655-1250||Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, their families and their dependents can access various direct and indirect services through Oakland County Veterans’ Services. Direct services are provided by experienced benefits counselors who assist veterans and their families identify and apply for all relevant service-based entitlements and a transportation program designed to provide barrier-free rides to nearby medical centers. Indirect services include referrals to applicable community-based organizations and agencies on an as-needed basis. |
|SMART of Oakland County ||(866) 962-5515||Those over the age of 65 are eligible to receive a SMART Reduced Fare ID card. Applicants must provide proof of age. They also have the option of presenting a valid Michigan driver’s license or a Medicare card at the time of boarding for a reduced fare.|
|New Generations Seniors of Holly ||(248) 634-1758||The New Generations Seniors of Holly meet every Thursday from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. at the Karl Richter Community Center for a variety of socially based activities. Activities include cards, board games, pickleball, movies and arts and crafts. |
|Michigan Long Term Care Ombudsman Program ||(517) 827-8040||Seniors and their families can access advocacy services from Michigan’s Long Term Care Ombudsman Program. The program is designed to help safeguard the legal rights of those in long-term care living situations, including assisted living facilities. |
Holly Assisted Living Laws and Regulations
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services licenses and regulates all long-term care facilities within the state of Michigan. These facilities are required to comply with relevant local, state and federal regulations and laws.
Please see our Assisted Living in Michigan page for more information.